WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words! All you have to do is answers the following three questions:
What are you currently reading/playing?
What did you recently finish reading/playing?
What do you think you’ll read/play next?
This past week I’ve been able to get back into blogging a little bit more as well as setting aside more time for reading post-YALC which has been making me feel much happier and more like myself. I’m feeling a little bit anxious because I still feel quite isolated from a lot of the blogging community but hopefully, things will pick up again if I can manage to produce content a bit more regularly.
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In honor of International Women’s Day and as inspired by Tor’s post on the ‘best and boldest female authors in SFF’, I’ve put together a recommendation list of some of the amazing female authors whose books I’ve read or who are on my TBR. As I tend to talk mostly about SFF, I wanted to open up my own recommendations post to include female authors across the different genres which I read and have broken the recommendations down into their respective genres below. There are some very talented multi-genre authors on this list who have published books of different genres so I have decided to include the books that I have read under its respective category.
Of course, there are so many brilliant female authors out there and this list is just a tiny proportion of some of the authors whose works I have read or want to read so please do share your own recommendations in the comments below ❤
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For those who haven’t yet heard or managed to miss any of my previous posts on the topic, May is Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month! As part of my ongoing posts throughout the month, I will be recommending some books for AAPI Heritage Month starting with books by Pasifika authors!
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I am super pleased that Aurora tagged me in this brilliant tag because firstly, it’s amazing and secondly I wasn’t able to post anything for #IWD yesterday so this will have to suffice as my little contribution! I usually always focus on the same books so for this I’m going to try to bring you something a little different this time with my answers!
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Another History month in quick succession from the last one – this time it’s Women’s History Month! Thankfully it’s not just the UK celebrating WHM so it’s much easier to get involved in things that are going on in the blogosphere and plan my TBR around that. Sadly, I only managed to read 1.5 books of my LGBTHM TBR last month and that definitely needs to improve for this month.
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